Paul Winstanley

The Gun Emplacement

1st - 30th May 2009

Paul Winstanley 
Path to the sea (snow) 3 
2009
watercolour on paper
76 x 57.5 cm / 29.9 x 22.6 in   
Paul Winstanley 
Path to the sea (snow) 2 
2009
watercolour on paper
76 x 57.5 cm / 29.9 x 22.6 in  
Paul Winstanley 
Path to the sea (snow) 4 
2009
watercolour on paper
76 x 57.5 cm / 29.9 x 22.6 in
Paul Winstanley 
Path to the sea (snow) 1 
2009
watercolour on paper
76 x 57.5 cm / 29.9 x 22.6 in 
Paul Winstanley 
Path to the sea (snow) 6 
2009
watercolour on paper
76 x 57.5 cm / 29.9 x 22.6 in 
Paul Winstanley 
Dawn on the Channel 1 
2009
oil on linen
60 x 71 cm / 23.6 x 28 in
Paul Winstanley 
Dawn on the Channel 2 
2009
oil on linen
60 x 71 cm / 23.6 x 28 in
Paul Winstanley 
Little Channel 1 
2009
oil on linen
60 x 71 cm / 23.6 x 28 in
Paul Winstanley 
Little Channel 2 
2009
oil on linen
60 x 71 cm / 23.6 x 28 in
Paul Winstanley 
Little Channel 3 
2009
oil on linen
60 x 71 cm / 23.6 x 28 in     
Paul Winstanley 
Two Figures on the Shore 
2009
oil on linen
125 x 160 cm / 49.2 x 63 in   
Paul Winstanley 
Large Channel 
2009
oil on linen
180 x 216 cm / 70.9 x 85 in 
Paul Winstanley 
Sanatorium 
2009
oil on linen
155 x 155 cm / 61 x 61 in 
Paul Winstanley
The Gun Emplacement
Kerlin Gallery
1st - 30th May 2009
 
Paul Winstanley
The Gun Emplacement
Kerlin Gallery
1st - 30th May 2009
 
Paul Winstanley
The Gun Emplacement
Kerlin Gallery
1st - 30th May 2009
Paul Winstanley
The Gun Emplacement
Kerlin Gallery
1st - 30th May 2009
Paul Winstanley
The Gun Emplacement
Kerlin Gallery
1st - 30th May 2009
Paul Winstanley
The Gun Emplacement
Kerlin Gallery
1st - 30th May 2009
Paul Winstanley
The Gun Emplacement
Kerlin Gallery
1st - 30th May 2009
Paul Winstanley
The Gun Emplacement
Kerlin Gallery
1st - 30th May 2009
Paul Winstanley
The Gun Emplacement
Kerlin Gallery
1st - 30th May 2009
Paul Winstanley
The Gun Emplacement
Kerlin Gallery
1st - 30th May 2009
Paul Winstanley
The Gun Emplacement
Kerlin Gallery
1st - 30th May 2009
Kerlin Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by Paul Winstanley.
 
For this forthcoming exhibition renowned British painter Paul Winstanley confronts an aspect of nature that has intrigued him since childhood, that most minimal and transient of visual phenomena, the sea.  The resulting body of work emphasizes Winstanleys' obsession with the surface of painting, with its immaculate suspension between actuality and illusion and finds a ready echo in the shifting and dissolving surfaces of the sea and sky.